Love Island’s Jessica and Eve Gale flash their bronzed pins at Strawberries & Creem Festival


They’re rarely seen without one another. 

And Jess and Eve Gale looked sensational as they made stylish appearances at Cambridge’s Strawberries & Creem Festival at Childerley Orchard on Saturday.

Leaving little to the imagination as they flashed their toned pins in their figure-hugging ensembles, the 22-year-olds smoldered for the camera. 

Hot stuff: Love Island’s Jess (left) and Eve Gale (right) sent temperatures soaring as they flashed their bronzed pins at Strawberries & Creem Festival in Cambridge on Saturday

Cutting a tiny pair of white denim hotpants, Eve beamed from ear-to-ear while lovingly stroking her sister’s arm. 

She exhibited her svelte waist in a chocolate crop top, wore her luscious blonde locks in a sleek middle parting and donned a pair of white high-tops.

Meanwhile, her nearest-and-dearest showed off her very busty assets while modelling a brown bodysuit. 

Incredible: Cutting a tiny pair of white denim hotpants, Eve beamed from ear-to-ear while lovingly stroking her sister's arm

Incredible: Cutting a tiny pair of white denim hotpants, Eve beamed from ear-to-ear while lovingly stroking her sister’s arm

Together: Emily Blackwell and Harvey Armstrong also posed together for a snap at the festival

Together: Emily Blackwell and Harvey Armstrong also posed together for a snap at the festival

Standing out: Mabel showed off her svelte physique in a revealing black cut-out jumpsuit

Standing out: Mabel showed off her svelte physique in a revealing black cut-out jumpsuit 

Man in charge: Vas J Morgan attended with co-founder of Strawberries & Creem Festival Chris Jammer, who has worked tirelessly on the project with resounding success

Man in charge: Vas J Morgan attended with co-founder of Strawberries & Creem Festival Chris Jammer, who has worked tirelessly on the project with resounding success

Talented: The pair were certainly in for a treat as headlining this year's event was Burna Boy, Koffee (pictured), Giggs, Little Simz and Bugzy Malone

Talented: The pair were certainly in for a treat as headlining this year’s event was Burna Boy, Koffee (pictured), Giggs, Little Simz and Bugzy Malone

Demanding attention in the zip-up number, Jess proudly held up her latest pricey purchase, a grey Gucci clutch, while keeping things casual in a pair of stone sock trainers. 

She had dip-dyed her beautiful brown tresses into a bleached effect and sported a full face of flawlessly applied makeup.

The pair were certainly in for a treat as headlining this year’s event was Burna Boy, Koffee, Giggs, Little Simz and Bugzy Malone.

In an incredible festival first, Strawberries & Creem launched the first-ever ‘Safe Spaces Now’ pilot scheme to tackle sexual harassment at live music events.

Leading the way towards creating a safer environment for women and marginalised communities at live events and recreational venues across the UK, the festival – co-founded by Chris Jammer and Preye Crooks – have successfully created a blueprint for tackling sexual harassment and abuse at events.

Measures such as the redesigning of certain spaces, addressing behaviour within them, inclusion within staff teams, and training to recognise potential abuse and respond appropriately have all been implemented.

The Safe Spaces Now pilot scheme follows the widely-acclaimed release of an Open Letter that invited industry leaders to acknowledge the pervasive extent of sexual harassment and abuse within music – and recognise the urgent need for change.

This letter has so far been signed by the likes of Glastonbury (Emily Eavis), The Eden Project, DICE, Ellie Goulding, Clara Amfo, Mabel, Anne-Marie, Sigrid, Gabrielle, Laura Whitmore, Paloma Faith, Yasmin Evans, MNEK and Rudimental.

Jammer said: ‘This weekend was both incredible and vital for all of us at Strawberries & Creem.

Not only did we see so many people from all backgrounds coming together to celebrate again. But we led the industry in becoming the world’s first Safe Spaces Now festival, implementing real actions to tackle sexual harassment – and create a safer and more inclusive environment for everyone on site.

‘Together with UN Women UK, we have built a foundation for what safe spaces could look like at future festivals. We hope to have inspired other businesses in the sector, and we promise to share our learnings and keep championing safe spaces for all people.’

Claire Barnett, Executive Director UN Women UK, said: ‘After 4,000 women and girls from across the UK came together during lockdown to reimagine and redesign a better future free from violence, it is so exciting to already see the ideas they created being put into action at live events.

‘The pandemic has shown us that change can happen more easily than we thought – we just have to dare to believe in better. At Strawberries & Creem we have spoken with thousands of festivalgoers of all genders to share tools, helplines, support people in need and give information on how to step in as a bystander. The reception had been incredible.

‘Now we are using the momentum this partnership has created to encourage commitments from labels, studios, venues and festivals across the sector. If there was ever a time to transform the music industry to make it safer and more inclusive, this is it.’

Branded the finale to festival season, Strawberries and Creem also saw the legendary Caribbean party spirit of Notting Hill Carnival travel from West London to the fields of Cambridge. 



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